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NCH Supporting Child Focus in Annual Holiday Toy Drive
Published on Wed, Nov 7, 2012 (2:58 p.m.)Nevada Corporate Headquarters, Inc. has partnered with Child Focus to contribute to their Fourth Annual “Gift of Giving” Sibling Preservation Event. From now until November 26, NCH employees will choose an angel tree gift tag and purchase that present for a foster child to exchange with their sibling. Approximately 90 separated brothers and sisters will participate in the special event held on Saturday, December 1 in the Adventure Dome at the Circus Circus Hotel and Casino.
“Child Focus is an exceptional organization that has given us a great opportunity to give back to the Las Vegas community during this holiday season. We are thrilled to be part of this extraordinary event that supports these underprivileged children,” said Cort Christie, Founder and President of NCH.
The event is a special opportunity for the kids to reunite with their siblings and create happy memories during a time of the year that is so centered on families. Child Focus is also accepting monetary donations to cover food and travel expenses incurred by the event. This is the first year NCH has participated with the non-profit for the“Gift of Giving.”
About Child Focus
Child Focus, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, connects separated siblings in foster care, providing opportunities for them to heal, grow and maintain their sibling bond during a very difficult chapter in their lives. Founded in 1999, Child Focus is a program of St. Jude's Ranch for Children.
About Nevada Corporate Headquarters
Nevada Corporate Headquarters, Inc. is the one-stop shop for business start-up and consulting services in Nevada. The mission of NCH is to launch businesses and protect wealth. For over 20 years, NCH has helped form and consult with many non-profit organizations organized across the country.
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